Peace Village Key Activities. ☺ Shower of Peace. The peace advocates start the day with a “clean breast” shorn of biases and prejudices, by taking a collective shower. It’s a symbolic gesture of oneness in their vow to create a culture of peace. ☺ Peace Congress.
☺ Shower of Peace
The peace advocates start the day with a “clean breast” shorn of biases and prejudices, by taking a collective shower. It’s a symbolic gesture of oneness in their vow to create a culture of peace.
This event allows the young to learn to solve problems and think critically on issues of peace, conflict and violence. They also develop camaraderie and interpersonal relationships.
☺ Peace Learning Hubs
Combine learning and fun. They allow ample space for children to explore, express themselves, discover and learn with fellow learners. They promote activities that seek to blend peace education with curricular content.
The Peace Wall is an outdoor gallery of children’s art about conflict and non-violence. The children render their visions of peace and their ideal world in words and in drawings.
☺ Peace Reflections
The young Villagers cap the day with introspective contemplation on peace. They share their musings on peace, recall experience, and express their feelings toward peace – all as an exercise in self-awareness.
International Day of Peace (Sept 21)
International Day of NV (every Oct 2)
Mindanao Week of Peace
Human Rights Day (Dec. 10)
Women’s Day (March 8)
A step towards breaking down of socio-cultural barriers between the students of these two schools and towards the building of bridges of understanding and friendship
“Blessed are the peaceteacher, they shall be called
the pupils of God!”
Lord, Jesus Christ, you said to your apostles: I leave you peace, my peace I give you. Look not on our sins, but on the faith of your Church, and grant us the peace and unity of your kingdom where you live for ever and ever.
The peace of the Lord be always with you.
And also with you.
Let’s give each other a sign of peace.